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Armando del Debbio

Del Debbio
Personal information
Full nameArmando Del Debbio
Date of birth(1904-11-02)November 2, 1904
Place of birthSantos, Brazil
Date of deathMay 8, 1984(1984-05-08) (aged 79)
Place of deathSão Paulo, Brazil
Playing positionLeft back
Senior career*
YearsTeamApps(Gls)
1919–1921São Bento
1922–1931Corinthians
1931–1935Lazio
1935–1937Corinthians
1939Corinthians
National team
1929–1931Brazil3(1)
Teams managed
1936São Paulo
1939Corinthians
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).

Armando Del Debbio, commonly known as Del Debbio (November 2, 1904[1] – May 8, 1984[1]), was a Brazilian football left back, who played for the Brazilian national team.

Playing career

Del Debbio started his career playing for São Bento in 1919, leaving the club in 1921, to join Corinthians, where he stayed until 1931.[1] During his stint at Corinthians, he won the Campeonato Paulista in 1922, 1923, 1924, 1928, 1929 and 1930.[1] He joined Lazio of Italy in 1931, leaving the club in 1935 to play again for Corinthians, where he won again the Campeonato Paulista in 1937.[1] He returned to Corinthians in 1939, winning the Campeonato Paulista and retiring during the that year.[1]

National team

Del Debbio played three games for the Brazilian national team.[2] He played his first game on February 24, 1929, against Rampla Juniors of Uruguay.[2] His second game for the national team was played on August 1, 1930 against France.[2] Del Debbio played his last game for Brazil on July 2, 1931, against Ferencváros of Hungary, scoring his only goal in that game.[2]

Coaching career

Del Debbio was hired in 1936 by São Paulo's president Manoel do Carmo Mecca to work as the club's first head coach after its rebirth.[3] He worked as Corinthians' head coach in 1939.[1]

Honors

Club

Corinthians

References

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